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4 Things You Should Know Before You Replace Your Furnace

4 Things You Should Know Before You Replace Your Furnace

Sooner or later, you’ll have to replace the furnace in your home. This can require a significant investment of time and money. Before you decide to replace your furnace instead

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How to Choose the Right Heating System for Your Home

At some point in your home ownership, you’re going to be faced with having to replace the home’s central heating system. You’ll be in a lot better shape if you’re

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Can’t Get Warm? Heating System Problems

Can't Get Warm? Heating System Problems

Now that the chilly season is upon us in South Texas, you might have noticed that your heating system isn’t preventing your home from feeling cool or drafty. Or perhaps

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Tips and Tricks: Fixing Cold Spots in Your Home

Tips and Tricks: Fixing Cold Spots in Your Home

It doesn’t take a lot of cold weather to identify all the cold spots indoors. Instead of turning up the thermostat to compensate, these tips might help you solve the

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Best Heating Alternatives to Save Energy This Month

Best Heating Alternatives to Save Energy This Month 

As the weather begins to cool and we turn to our heating equipment for better comfort, the amount of energy that we use becomes a big issue. To help you

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What’s That Smell? Heating System Odors and Fixes

Your furnace should operate fairly quietly and with minimal impact on your family’s daily life. One common problem that homeowners have with their furnace, however, is unusual heating system odors.

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Options for Replacing Furnace Vents

Options for Replacing Furnace Vents

Venting options for gas-fired furnaces are important considerations when replacing a furnace or repairing an existing system. The primary purpose of furnace vents is to safely exhaust combustion gases produced

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Heat Pump Ratings for Homeowners

Heat Pump Ratings for Homeowners

While the energy efficiency of a furnace or air conditioner is expressed by a single standard rating—AFUE or SEER, respectively—a heat pump gets double ratings. The reason is really quite

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Troubleshooting for the Most Common Furnace Issues

Troubleshooting for the Most Common Furnace Issues

One moment your furnace is working fine. The next moment it’s not. It happens all the time. Now, you may be asking yourself if you should call your HVAC technician,

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How to Know When It’s Time for a Heating System Upgrade

How to Know When It's Time for a Heating System Upgrade

It’s something every household goes through – the necessity to upgrade the home’s central heating system. But how can you tell when it’s time to replace an old heat pump,

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